6.40 Geophysics of the Red Sea. 7.5 Actress at Risk. 7.31 Maths - Fourier Transforms.
Story: The Little Old Man who Cooked and Cleaned
Written by IRMA SIMONTON
Pictures by SEYMOUR FLEISHMAN Presenters
Carol Leader, Ben Thomas
World Match Play Championship from the West Course,
Wentworth Harry Carpenter introduces coverage of the first day's play in the 17th year of this 36-hole match play event.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Executive producer DAVID KENNING
Reports and up-to-date scores on Ceefax
5.15 Shipbuilding. 5.40 Three Families: Jerusalem. 6.5 Men and Mountains. 6.30 Differentiating Vector Fields.
The last programme in this series featuring music from last year's Schools Proms recorded at the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Included in tonight's programme: HIGH WYCOMBE MUSIC CENTRE BRASS
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY YOUTH
ABERYSTWYTH HARP QUARTET
Introduced by Ray Moore with the help of Edgar Holmes , Christopher Guy , Antony Hopkins , and members Of the HAMPSHIRE COUNTY YOUTH ORCHESTRA from their rehearsal home in Winchester.
Assistant producer DAVE PERROTTET Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(The Schools Prom is organised by Times Newspapers icith Commercial Union Assurance)
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A feature film, starring
George C. Scott , Trish van Devere
'You are not ugly, beast - you are monstrous.' These words are spoken by Belle, youngest and most beautiful daughter to a merchant. To save her father's life, she must agree to live in the vast and magical castle inhabited only by the grotesque creature. This is a re-telling of the classic fantasy about the transformation of the beast, through love.
Written by SHERMAN YELLEN Produced by HANK MOONJEAN
Directed by FIELDER cook . Films: page 10
A new comedy series written by John Fortune.
Musical direction and orchestration:
Mr Justice Thomas:
Man in waiting room:
... of documentary Sister Genevieve
In the last 20 years one woman has built up a small local school into Europe's largest girls' comprehensive. Her name is Sister Genevieve , and the school, St Louise 's, is in the heart of one of Europe's most notorious thoroughfares-the Falls Road in Belfast. In spite of hard men with guns and hard men in clerical collars, Sister Genevieve has made St Louise 's an oasis of peace. This profile of a woman once described as 'the only man in the Falls Road' was made as the first hunger-striker, Bobby Sands , MP, lay dying in the Maze Prison. It was a time of tension and emotion at bt Louise's, and all Sister Genevieve s reserves of calm and strength are called on to keep the school open and to guide her girls through final examinations that will determine their futures.
Photography CHRIS O'DELL
Film editor ARTHUR SOLOMON
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer PAUL HAMANN
with Adolfo Celi
An introduction to the BBC s most ambitious dramatic series ever, on the lives of one of the most intriguing families in history.
Adolfo Celi, the veteran Italian actor who plays Rodrigo Borgia's Pope Alexander VI, introduces the characters and illuminates the background of 15th-century Rome.
The Borgias starts next Wednesday on BBC2 - a colour feature in RADIO TIMES
The second of a 13-part serial by TED WHITEHEAD
Camille has discovered that Angela is a Mormon, and is determined to confront her over it.
Title song by ALAN PRICE Studio sound ALAN STOKES
Studio lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD Producer colin TUCKER Directed by PEDR JAMES
PETER SNOW and JOHN TUSA report on the Social Democrats; with PETER HOBDAY and DONALD MAC CORMICK to assess the other major news and what's behind it.
The second of four programmes filmed at the Queens Hall, Leeds, during the second annual Futurama Rock Festival in September 1980. In tonight's programme:
Music for Pleasure, Boots for Dancing, Flowers, Guy Jackson , Echo and the Bunnymen, The Mirror Boys, Athletico Spizz 80
Director STUART ORME
Television presentation MICHAEL APPLETON